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U.S. Cannot Explain ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,’ But Do Not Rule Out Aliens

U.S. Cannot Explain ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,’ But Do Not Rule Out Aliens

“The limited amount of high-quality reporting on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) hampers our ability to draw firm conclusions about the nature or intent of UAP.”

I am one step closer to confirming my little brother is an alien! Didn’t all of us grow up thinking our little siblings came from another planet?

Officials could not explain 143 of the 144 “unidentified aerial phenomena” (UAP) captured on film and video in military airspace:

In short, the answer, according to Friday’s report, is very little, but the intelligence community’s release of the unclassified document marks one of the first times the US government has publicly acknowledged that these strange aerial sightings by Navy pilots and others are worthy of legitimate scrutiny.

“The limited amount of high-quality reporting on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) hampers our ability to draw firm conclusions about the nature or intent of UAP,” the nine-page preliminary report says, using the Pentagon’s terminology for UFOs.

But despite that challenge, the report does conclude that these objects “clearly pose a safety of flight issue and may pose a challenge to US national security.

“Safety concerns primarily center on aviators contending with an increasingly cluttered air domain. UAP would also represent a national security challenge if they are foreign adversary collection platforms or provide evidence a potential adversary has developed either a breakthrough or disruptive technology,” it says.

They identified one “object as a large, deflating balloon.”

The investigation found that “observers reported unusual UAP movement patterns or flight characteristics” in 18 of the incidents in 21 reports.

The Pentagon concluded the UAPs could be:

  • Airborne Clutter like birds, balloons, or debris
  • Natural Atmospheric Phenomena like ice crystals or moisture
  • USG or Industry Development Programs, but they could not confirm “that these systems accounted for any of the UAP reports”
  • Foreign Adversary Systems from China, Russia, or any other foreign body

Then there is the “other” probability:

Although most of the UAP described in our dataset probably remain unidentified due to limited data or challenges to collection processing or analysis, we may require additional scientific knowledge to successfully collect on, analyze and characterize some of them. We would group such objects in this category pending scientific advances that allowed us to better understand them. The UAPTF intends to focus additional analysis on the small number of cases where a UAP appeared to display unusual flight characteristics or signature management.

We covered previous UFO news:

In conclusion, they do not have evidence the UAPs belong to foreign nations, Mother Nature, or aliens.


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We are not saying it’s Aliens, but it’s Aliens.
Got over my teenage years ( watching to many sci-fi movies) and thinking Aliens were here. But you know we are on the edge of a system and out in the no where of space.

JusticeDelivered | June 26, 2021 at 4:39 pm

Because of vast distances and time, it seems unlikely we will see aliens. But the possibility cannot be absolutely ruled out. The same is true with religion, and that is why there are agnostics.

Plausible, but not probable. Does it defy the local laws of physics?

I hope no one was really expecting them to acknowledge the existence of aliens or that UFOs are not human-created vehicles. They’ve been lying since before Roswell in 1947 and there’s no reason to believe they’d stop now.

Back then the initial public reports were based on observations by experienced officers with recent wartime experience. They could reasonably be expected to know the difference between a crashed vehicle of some kind and weather balloon debris. They lied about that till the mid-90s. Expecting anything else now was wishful thinking.

They’re only here to sell blood plasma.

henrybowman | June 26, 2021 at 5:44 pm

Y’all know me as the resident paranoid cynic. My favorite explanation I’ve come across on the webz is that these “UFOs” are actually advanced military craft being developed by other countries — societies whose engineers haven’t spent the last few decades bemused and confused about what bathroom they need to use, whether it’s a good idea to let foreigners swarm over their borders, or whose god is better than whose other god.

The Swamp is latching (tacitly) onto the UFO excuse because they don’t dare let the American people understand how screwed they allowed us to become.

If you think this hypothesis is farfetched, just estimate its probability next to the assumption that these things are… y’know… actually piloted by non-humans from outer space. Do the math honestly.

E Howard Hunt | June 26, 2021 at 5:46 pm

Leaving aside the punishing absurdities presented by physics, with over 3.8 billion high resolution photo and video recording smart phones on the planet, one might expect to see other than the same, grainy, small, indefinite images put forth since the late 1940s.

    henrybowman in reply to E Howard Hunt. | June 26, 2021 at 5:54 pm

    From personal experience, I suppose a lot of this may be blamed on having these phenomena show up at an unexpected time, when the tripod and long lens are unlikely to be conveniently set up (i.e., you’re lucky to have any camera at all).

    I often curse my luck that I had no camera at hand when my wife and I saw the “Phoenix Lights” from our pool — twice! — but it was before cellphone cameras and we were skinny-dipping. They lasted a long, long time, but we had no reason to believe they would be visible long enough to bother trying to capture them. If I ever see them again, I’m off for my phone, first thing.

    That would defeat the purpose of promoting little green men…

52. If I am inclined to suppose that a mouse has come into being by spontaneous generation out of grey rags and dust, I shall do well to examine those rags very closely to see how a mouse may have hidden in them, how it may have got there and so on. But if I am convinced that a mouse cannot come into being from these things, then this investigation will perhaps be superfluous.


He goes on to make the opposite point out of it, but this side seems to apply here.

Yes, there are aliens. Or not.


A Junta is running our country, and a freak named Milley and a goofball named Austin are running our military into the ground and turning our military’s guns towards you and I.

    henrybowman in reply to | June 26, 2021 at 6:39 pm

    “I give you the Biden Administration — an abomination so outrageous that not even the appearance of visitors from another planet can divert our attention from it!”

    Way to add perspective.

    Maybe the aliens can help us out of the present predicament.

      UserP in reply to Ben Kent. | June 26, 2021 at 7:50 pm

      Maybe they can. The border patrol has reported seeing aliens come here in many different ways but so far none have come in spacecraft.

Dear JusticeDelivered, the laws of physics are immutable. Hawking, Einstein, Bohr, Newton, et al have stated and proved this by math, observation and experimentation. Theories describe unproven postulates and ideas. Laws cannot be disobeyed…period.

The big bang cannot be proven within the laws of physics. In the late eighties, Hawking admitted this in his book, ‘A Brief History of Time.’

Except for a complete understanding of gravity and a public acknowledgement of the experimental proof of the dilation of time (as a direct consequence of gravity), nobody even remotely cognizant of physics can claim any lack of an “historical grasp” of physics. Please correct me if I am in error.

daniel_ream | June 26, 2021 at 8:29 pm

They’re not ****ing aliens. ****ing hell, what is wrong with you people.

Point the first: no matter what Star Trek handwave you use, FTL travel is impossible because it allows you to violate causality. Period. This is trivially provable with undergrad level math.

If the aliens are from another solar system then they’ve got FTL travel, and that means they have a technology so advanced it disproves all math and physics. And yet somehow our grainy low light cameras can still pick them up.

If the aliens are from our solar system – which has been fairly well surveyed by probes and drones right now – then they have propulsion and communication technology we can’t detect, making them far, far advanced beyond anything we can conceive of. And yet somehow our grainy low light cameras can still pick them up.


    Barry in reply to daniel_ream. | June 26, 2021 at 10:57 pm

    Oh come on Daniel! There are little green men, invisible ones, running around all over the place. They have their own physics. They can even be in two places at the same moment in time.

    Evil Otto in reply to daniel_ream. | June 27, 2021 at 5:49 am

    Hardly. All it takes to travel between systems is time. There’s no requirement to travel FTL if you’re willing to spend centuries doing so… and if a race is thousands (or even millions) of years more advanced what does a couple centuries matter? These could be automated probes for all we know, sent out to explore the galaxy. We humans tend to think in terms of years and decades, but there’s no reason to think that aliens would. Or if the ships/probes/whatever-they-are can get reasonably close to light speed time is affected, slowing the occupants relative to the rest of the universe. This allows long voyages while only a shorter amount of time passes to the occupants.

    To borrow a line from the meme, I’m not saying they’re aliens. But the idea that no aliens could reach our system isn’t true. FTL isn’t a requirement.

      Barry in reply to Evil Otto. | June 27, 2021 at 12:08 pm

      “But the idea that no aliens could reach our system isn’t true.”

      It’s true until you prove otherwise. Which you cannot do no matter all the handwaving in the universe.

      There are no space aliens visiting Earth. None. Not one.

      daniel_ream in reply to Evil Otto. | June 27, 2021 at 7:14 pm

      FTL isn’t a requirement

      Then reaction mass is. Newtonian or Einsteinian, the only way space aliens are getting here is by being so advanced that they can violate everything we know about math and physics. And yet we can still catch them with grainy, low-light cameras.

      For ****’s sakes, Star Trek was a kid’s show. Stop getting your astrophysics knowledge from crap television.

Aliens? They are not aliens, they are extraterrestrial immigrants.

Unpronounceable | June 27, 2021 at 4:19 pm

RELAX!!! It’s just DARPA. It’s your tax dollars at work!

All you LI readers and commenters, I have information for you: there are indeed aliends coming and going to Earth while en route to instellar travel.

But they’re not here for any other purpose than as a place their kids can go to the bathroom.